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How to link local folder

Up until this w/e, when I clicked on the Explorer icon, the folder would open in such a way that the entire project showed, root folder with all its sub folders.


Today when I click on the Explorer icon it opens showing only one of the sub folders and I have to navigate back up the tree to see the whole project.


Anyone else seeing this, or I have caused the issue myself?

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Ana Retamal Atlassian Team May 07, 2018

Hi Steve! Are you still experiencing this issue? If so, can you tell us which OS and version are you using, and also send a screenshot so we can see more clearly what are you referring to?

Kind regards!


Thanks for your reply. Source Tree 2.5.5 for windows


I have since my post discovered that depending which commit is highlighted... In the example you can see that the commits is in the api/theme folder, Explorer then opens the theme sub folder /theme


If on the other hand I highlight a non sub-folder specific commit, Explore will open the whole git


Previous versions of ST have always opened the whole git in explorer irrespective of which commit is highlighted


I hope that makes it a bit clearer

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